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1 Assignment: Week 2 DeVry University, Employment Law Professor Steven Wynne November 7, 2010
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2 1. I have worked for one company that monitored everything we did. They even went as far as putting cameras up to make sure we were compliant with the policies and procedures put in place by that locations manager. Being micromanaged is stressful and people tend to sneak around to get some down time. Theft of time in the workplace is growing and it is due to employees being over worked. People spend more time at work than they do at home and have a lot of personal things going on outside of work and sometimes those personal things they have to take care of needs to be done during work hours because of the limitations another business may have. Because of that, employees sneak and take care of their personal business while on the company’s time. Although, this is unethical, the best way to prevent theft of time is to provide a flexible work schedule. Allow time or breaks for employees to take care of their personal needs and at the same time have enough time to complete their work.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course HR HRM340 taught by Professor Stevens during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Ft. Worth.

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